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Our teaching resources will help you and your students make the most of the school day. Covering topics such as differentiation, RTI, PBIS, leadership, service learning, conflict resolution, gifted education, special needs, character education, and more, our expert authors provide best practices and active, hands-on learning that will lead to success in and out of the classroom for students of all ages and abilities. Many of our resources include reproducible forms and PowerPoint or PDF presentations, which make them a cost-effective means of training and professional development for small groups, PLCs, schools, or districts.

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Boost Emotional Intelligence in Students

$39.99
Develop and strengthen essential emotional intelligence skills in adolescents with this practical, hands-on resource.

How to Boost Emotional Intelligence in Students

In this edWebinar, Maurice J. Elias, Ph.D., and Steven E. Tobias, Psy.D., talk about what emotional intelligence is and why and how you can build valuable EQ skills in your students. They review and demonstrate sample lessons and activities related to assessing students' EQ strengths, improving emotion recognition and management, exercising self-control, using assertive communication skills, and implementing effective problem-solving.

Doing Poorly on Purpose

$26.95
Veteran educator Jim Delisle offers insights, strategies, and practical advice to reengage and inspire underachieving students.

The Power of Self-Advocacy for Gifted Learners

$39.99
Empower gifted learners to take charge of their education.

The The Power of Self-Advocacy for Gifted Learners PLC/Book Study Guide

Facilitate a book study or learning experience for a professional learning community (PLC) with this free professional development resource for The Power of Self-Advocacy for Gifted Learners.

No Kidding About Bullying

$39.99
Practical, research-based activities for educators to teach students positive skills and attitudes to increase kindness and prevent bullying.

Making Differentiation a Habit

$39.99
Updated edition of a popular resource helps teachers seamlessly integrate differentiation practices into their daily routine.

Making Differentiation a Habit PLC/Book Study Guide

Use this free professional development resource for Making Differentiation a Habit to facilitate a book study or learning experience for a professional learning community (PLC).

Create a Culture of Kindness in Middle School

$39.99
Practical, research-based lessons for middle school educators to teach students prosocial attitudes and behaviors to prevent bullying.

The Balanced Teacher Path

$19.99
Award-winning teacher offers advice on achieving work-life balance and employing self-care techniques to avoid burnout.

Advancing Differentiation

$39.99
Powerful strategies that will transform the way you teach and the way your students learn.

Self-Regulation in the Classroom Poster Set

$24.99 / $48.73
Teach and reinforce self-regulation concepts and strategies with these colorful posters.

Everyday Strategies to Build a Sustainable Culture of Kindness

In this edWebinar, Christa M. Tinari, M.A., identifies key social-emotional skills, such as emotional literacy, empathy, perspective taking, and upstander skills, that can help students (and staff) show kindness even when it’s hard to do.

Advancing Differentiation PLC/Book Study Guide

Facilitate a book study or learning experience for a professional learning community (PLC) with this free professional development resource for Advancing Differentiation.

Emotional Intelligence in ELA and Social Studies: Integrating Social-Emotional Learning into the Curriculum in Ways that Satisfy State Standards

In this webinar, Jonathan Erwin, M.A., provides a research-based rationale for teaching social-emotional learning (SEL), shares lessons that teach specific SEL skills, and shows how you can use SEL content to satisfy state standards.

Recognizing and Successfully Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students

In this webinar, Susan Winebrenner, M.S., and Lisa M. Kiss, M.Ed., describe how to identify twice-exceptional (2e) students—students who are gifted and have another learning difference—and how to meet their academic and social-emotional needs in any classroom.

Buy the Set: Building the Body-Brain Connection

$48.98
Used together, these two books offer a complete theoretical grounding in the early learning link between the body and the brain along with hundreds of hands-on activities.

Move, Play, and Learn with Smart Steps

$34.99 / $48.98
Foster learning through movement with step-by-step activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and primary-age children.

Managing Phases of Teacher Growth in the Midst of Instructional Change: Learn, Practice, Share, and Model

In this unique webinar, Sandra Heidemann, M.S., and Beth Menninga, M.A.Ed., share helpful exercises for teachers reflecting on the teaching journey at each phase. In addition, they examine emotional reactions, explore dilemmas arising from integrating the new with the old, and identify opportunities for shared learning with peers.
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